For Women: Critical Late-Breaking News
I’ve just received the latest edition of the prestigious Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and it has a critically important article for women.
This paper is from our latest research at UCLA called The Pink Brain™ Project.
In this study, which I helped design and ARPF funded, we discovered that our special form of Yoga is beneficial for women. Especially those concerned about preventing Alzheimer’s disease and may already be experiencing some memory decline. The intervention focused on breath work and Kirtan Kriya meditation, our dynamic, scientifically proven, safe, affordable, fast, easy and effective 12-minute memory exercise.
This was a very professional study and utilized a special form of MRI to measure brain activity.
The study revealed that our approach enhanced the brain area hurt by stress and linked with memory decline.
As I’m sure you recall, chronic stress is rather detrimental to your brain, mind and memory, as well as your heart and immunity.
So by reducing stress at its origin in the brain, you are rejuvenating your body, mind, and soul and preventing Alzheimer’s.
The program we use engages multiple senses and includes chanting or singing the sounds Saa, Taa, Naa, Maa, while tapping your fingers in succession from thumb to index, middle, ring, and pinky.
What we can say for sure is that this program will help women boost their memory, and reverse inflammation and slow the aging process, all the way down to your cells. Plus, it has no side effects.
So all women who are concerned about their memory (and who isn’t?), especially those who have risk factors such as heart disease and are in menopause, need to learn this technique.
Remember that Alzheimer’s disease strikes women at a significantly higher rate than men, with women making up 2/3 of all cases. You can discover all of our cutting-edge, great work by coming to Scottsdale, AZ for our 30th Anniversary Conference on September 30thand October 1st of this year.
We have a tremendous line up of awesome speakers for you, including:
- Karen Koffler, M.D. from the University of Miami, who will discuss how women can stay healthy and live long.
- Roberta Diaz Brinton, Ph.D. from the University of Arizona, who is the leading researcher in the world on women, estrogen, and Alzheimer’s (you don’t want to miss this).
- Andrew Newberg, M.D. from Thomas Jefferson Medical College, the world’s leader in how meditation and prayer affects your brain and spirit.
- And much more.
Please don’t miss out on this historic event.
Yours in Brain Health,